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Wikipedia defines a professional certification as a designation earned by a person to assure qualification to perform a job or task. Perhaps you have received a business card from someone with a slew of financial designations following his or her name. You might have been inclined to believe this person
While policitical pundits and economic analysts are typically impressive in their knowledge and confident in their assessments, have you ever wondered if anyone is tracking the accuracy of their predictions? Philip Tetlock did. In fact, it led the professor of psychology to examine two decades of expert forecasts.
Lost amid the focus on the continued weakness of the housing market has been the tremendous performance of investment real estate. In fact, among dozens of Morningstar investment categories, real estate easily represents the top-performer for the past year. In light of the potentially counterintuitive nature of these results, this
Truepoint recently held its fourth Annual Client Meeting at the Cincinnati Art Museum. The event was well attended and featured noted journalist James Surowiecki as keynote speaker. Mr. Surowiecki, the financial columnist for The New Yorker, is best known for authoring New York Times business bestseller The Wisdom of Crowds. His
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